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‘This is one of the best comedies running in the West End’: RELATIVELY SPEAKING — Jermyn Street Theatre

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This is the first show in the Jermyn Street Theatre’s Encounters season, and they have certainly started it off on a high note. This is a production of one of Alan Ayckbourn’s first plays from 1965, a comedy and farce set around the misunderstandings between two couples.

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‘Leaves an uplifting note embracing some serious girl power’: LOVEFOOL – Edinburgh Fringe

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Written and performed by Rachel E. Thorn, Lovefool makes nostalgia a fun treat for those who can take hints involving pop music lyrics and a magazine’s cringe sections. If that’s you, this show will tell you what you want, what you really really want.

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‘A place of comedy & heart-warming friendship’: MADHOUSE – Edinburgh Festival Fringe

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Welcome to the Madhouse, a place of chaos and confusion, typical of student house-sharing. A group of six friends gives a bittersweet glimpse of early adulthood, a path as messy as the kitchen table around which they party, study, and share their stories.